A survey conducted by e-cigarette company Gamucci, and published on its website this week, revealed the best-selling e-cigs in Britain.
The survey, which has since been removed, surveyed more than 3,000 consumers and was carried out in collaboration with the UK-based research company Altria, and was published by the Daily Mail.
The results of the survey revealed that the majority of consumers (58 per cent) were happy with the quality of the e-cig they were using.
While the overall number of users was similar across all brands, the number of people who were satisfied with their e-colas overall score was significantly higher than the average score in the UK.
The study found that consumers in England were more likely to be satisfied with the overall quality of their e -cig, and the highest satisfaction scores were achieved among people aged 65 and over, aged 55-64 and aged 65-74.
Overall, the report concluded that “e-cigarettes offer a range of potential health benefits and provide a way for people to quit smoking by reducing the harmful effects of nicotine”.
But the study’s author, Professor Michael J. Meehan, told The Times that the survey’s results were not representative of British consumers, and that it was not representative as a whole.
“We know that the e -cigarettes are popular because they appeal to people who are more interested in quitting smoking than they are in being able to vape,” he said.
“The results that we’re seeing from the survey are not representative.”
Professor Meean added that the UK is the most smokers-friendly country in Europe, and his research had found that vaping was a significant reason why people who use e-liquid had higher levels of nicotine and other chemicals in their bloodstream.
“It is not only the quantity of nicotine in the liquid that matters,” he explained.
He said that people who smoked were also more likely than non-vapers to use the same amount of nicotine, and this contributed to their health problems. “
But the amount of toxins that you are breathing in is much greater.”
He said that people who smoked were also more likely than non-vapers to use the same amount of nicotine, and this contributed to their health problems.
“There’s a real danger that vaping is fuelling a new and dangerous kind of addiction,” he added.
“A lot of people have tried it, and it’s a lot of fun.
It’s a great way to get off smoking.
But it is a big leap from that to smoking.”
Professor J. D. B. Moxon, professor of clinical psychiatry at Imperial College London, said that e-vapor could have a “significant impact” on the UK’s health and that e -cigs were “probably the safest option for people who want to quit”.
“E-cigarettes provide a safe, convenient and cost-effective way to help people quit smoking,” he told The Huffington Post UK.
“They are much less harmful than smoking and they are relatively safe.”
The research was conducted by the UK Tobacco Information Centre and the Tobacco Dependence Research Centre.